Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt
Ideally located in Buenos Aires' classy Recoleta district, this hotel combines contemporary interior design with classical architectural elegance.
Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt is an oasis of relaxation in the heart of Buenos Aires’ classy Recoleta district.
The hotel has two distinct sections, the elegant and beautifully restored Palacio Duhau which has most facilities, and the modern Edificio Posadas with most of the guest rooms. This successfully combines contemporary interior design with classical architectural elegance.
The hotel has a choice of restaurants, a cheese wine cellar and a convivial, wood-pannelled bar and a 25m indoor pool.
What our clients say
Most memorable experiences: "Perito Moreno glacier - my photos don't come near to conveying its magnificence! Bus over the Andes. More comfortable than a flight and the mountains are truly awesome (was a long day, however,at around 8hrs 30mins.)"AW, Leeds
Highlight?: Too many but Iguazu stands out!JB, Mansfield
Most Memorable Moment?: Iguazu Falls just because it was so spectacular to see.CH, Hull
The weather was very kind to us and every glacier, view and the falls were stunningly beautiful. I loved being in the hotel at Bariloche sitting on the terrace overlooking the lake. I even thoroughly enjoyed travelling through the Enchanted Valley from Nequen to Bariloche because the airport had been closed. It is impossible for us to put one memorable moment as every part of Argentina that we went to was beautiful.LL, Bexley
We have had a great holiday in Argentina, partly organised by JLA and would certainly recommend JLA to anyone that wants to have such a trip, as they provided very good knowledge of the areas we visited and good organisation.LS, Zurich
Excellent trip during which we felt we saw some of the real Argentina. Delightful and helpful people abounded who had an enviable pride in their country. Excellent service from JLA (particularly Lina) and local representatives in Argentina added to our enjoyment.ML, Cheltenham
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